Egypt

Ancient Egypt Argumentative

Between 3100 and 332 B.C was the rise and climax of one of the richest and oldest ancient civilizations. Its lifeline was the Nile river in the Nile valley. Here, Egyptian dynasties ruled from the first cataract of the Nile to the Mediterranean Sea. At the its height it ruled an empire that reached from […]

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Rights of Egyptian Women

Throughout written history, women have experienced status subservient to the men they lived with. Generally, most cultures known to modern historians followed a standard pattern of males assigned the role of protector and provider while women were assigned roles of domestic servitude. Scholars speculate endlessly at the cause: biology, religion, social custom. Nevertheless, the women […]

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Link Between Medicine & Religion

Egyptians had good ideas on how to treat people of minor illnesses, cuts and broken bones. They wrote all their knowledge down on papyrus, we know this because we have found such findings. The Egyptians have found cures for diseased eyes and diseased bladders. Also on papyrus, there are instructions telling us how to treat […]

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Religious Understanding and Tolerance Tour

Egypt is traditionally famous for its ancient cultural heritage, like the Pyramids of Giza, Valley of the Kings and the Temples of Abu Simbel. However Egypt has much more to offer to its visitors than its pharonic monuments. In addition, there are many religious and sacred sites across all of Egypt. The subject of this […]

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The Narmer palette

The palette of Narmer is a highly significant artefact when looking at ancient Egyptian history, and is dated as the final century of the fourth millennium BC (Naqada 3), during the reign of King Narmer. Discovered in 1898 by James Quibell and Frederick Green, at the key archaeological site of Hierakonpolis, the palette’s meaning has […]

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Cats in Ancient Egypt

The Ancient Egyptians domesticated a large variety of animals; from everyday cattle to exotic creatures such as the peregrine falcon and the Egyptian mongoose. These animals were important to many aspects of everyday life in Ancient Egypt, from religious beliefs that the animals were associated with to their economic value and the companionship they provided. […]

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Famous Place Would You Like to Visit

If I have a chance to visit a famous place,i would like to visit pyramid,which is the one of oldest building in the world and the only ones still remaining intact today. This is because I want to find out how it was built and to see it directly and find the true about myths […]

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Mohammad Ali Pasha: Founder of Egypt

Mu?ammad `Al? (many spelling variations, included Turkish Mehmet Ali, are encountered) (1769-August_2, 1849), was a viceroy of Egypt, and is sometimes considered the founder of modern Egypt. Mu?ammad `Al?, an Albanian born in Kavaja, was appointed Ottoman governor (Wali) of Egypt in 1805 and famously (and treacherously) massacred the Mameluke leaders. He introduced sweeping reforms […]

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Current Affairs in Egypt

Tens of thousands of Egyptian demonstrators took to the streets on 25 January, young and old, Muslim and Christian, rich and poor, educated and not so-educated. They all chanted “Long live Egypt”, “Life, liberty and human dignity” and “Down with the Mubarak regime”. The day marked for the celebration of Police Day was dubbed the […]

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Population, Poverty and Development: Egypt

The paper investigated the problem of poverty in Egypt, as it is growing in a dramatically rates, till it became one of the main reasons behind 25th of January Egyptian revolution, one of the most important factors that make facing the poverty problem in Egypt in a bad situation, is the growth rate of the […]

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Moral Deviation in Egypt

Moral deviation in Egypt is found in all aspects of life. There are many types of deviations in the Egyptian way of life. Adultery and prostitution have become features of the Egyptian society throughout the last decades. Some social observers attribute the ever-growing phenomenon of moral deviation in Egypt to poverty and administration corruption. Throughout […]

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Who is Lady X

The rich history of Ancient Egypt, many of the world’s best Egyptologists and scientists, have tried long and hard for the past six years to find out who “Lady X” starting with Joann Fletcher in 2003, she took part in a controversial expedition to the Valley of the Kings in Egypt, where they claimed to […]

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Suez Canal

The Suez Canal has been a vital shipping link between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.  Almost immediately after it was constructed, it had significant impact on world trade because it provided the shortest ocean link between the two surrounding oceans. At the time of the crisis, it represented the only direct means of […]

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Ancient Egypt and Social Democratic Party

Egypt is one of the cradles of civilization in the Middle East. Traces of early man were found in Egypt dating back as early as 700,000 years ago. Egypt and ancient Canaan to the north probably served as the bridges by which successive waves of humans: homo erectus, homo habilis, homo neanderthalensis and homo sapiens, […]

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Mesopotamia and Egypt

Many societies were very similar in their early development. While some trade between cultures was evident, these advancements primarily evolved in parallel. However, environmental determinism led to some differences between societies. A perfect example of this is Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt. While Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt were both environmentally determined river societies that relied on […]

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Egyptians and New Life

“The Story of Sinuhe” is about an Egyptian man named Sinuhe, who is the queen’s secretary. In ancient times, castration was required in order for men to enter the royal palace and to serve the royalty. At the end of the story, the story revealed that Sinuhe was not castrated because he has children. This […]

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Compare and Contrast Islam and Christianity

The Middle East is a significant historical region where it served as the birthplace for many cultures and religions such as Christianity and Islam. As they expanded from this region, both of these religions had substantial impact on the course of history. However, Christianity and Islam have their similarities in religious beliefs and their differences […]

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